Lot #9: Luberon Rosé
Lot #9: Luberon Rosé
Lot #9: Luberon Rosé
Lot #9: Luberon Rosé
Lot #9: Luberon Rosé
Lot #9: Luberon Rosé

Lot #9: Luberon Rosé

Regular price £34.99
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Order before 6pm for next day delivery.

2.25 litres = 3 bottles | £11.66 per bottle

Better than Whispering Angel in blind tasting… At nearly half the price! 

Stays fresh for 6 weeks from opening. Sits perfectly in your fridge.

Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre | 12.5% ABV | Vegan 2.25 litres = 3 bottles | £11.66 per bottle

For your Lot #9: Rosé we wanted to discover a small producer, with a story to tell. When we met winemaking mother and daughter Anne-Marie and Camille Bagnis, we knew we’d struck pink.

Five years ago they embarked on an adventure, to make rosé in the Luberon region of Provence. This wine is the culmination of hard work, determination and passion… The door at Château Constantin is always open to visitors. In the meantime, take a sip - this is the next best thing.

Nestled amongst olive groves, lavender fields and acres of forest, Château Constantin was the perfect spot for the Bagnis family to follow their dream of making wine.

This pale pink rosé is quintessentially Provençal... All delicate redcurrants and strawberries with a dash of mouthwatering acidity. The perfect pairing with seafood and sunset.

Mother and daughter team Anne-Marie and Camille Bagnis arrived from Marseille in 2017, armed with freshly minted oenology and vineyard management degrees. They aren’t from a winemaking dynasty, but they rolled up their sleeves and set to work restoring the eighteenth century chateau, nurturing the vines to tip top health. 

Their wines are usually sold at the cellar door or in local restaurants. But we convinced them to set aside their delicious Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre for Laylo customers.

The Provence countryside has inspired artists for centuries. Van Gogh, Matisse and Picasso all lived in the region, capturing its “painter's light” in broad, pastel-hued strokes. 

The design of your Lot #9: Luberon Rosé is based on a discarded paint palette, whose owner was painting the lavender fields at dusk. It’s a nod to the rich history of painting in Provence and a celebration of creativity. 



Some of the best wine I've drunk in recent years. Add to this the fact that it stays fresh for 6 weeks and it's a winning combination.

James

The wine itself was lovely. The boxes were beautifully presented and were a great size for fitting neatly in the fridge.

Rhona